Adjunct Counseling Faculty

Bushnell University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program (CMHC) invites applications for adjunct faculty to teach primarily in the University’s Clinical Mental Health pre-licensure program. Candidates will have a strong counselor identity, strong commitment to multiculturalism and diversity, and vibrant, maturing Christian faith. Additionally, CACREP membership and expertise teaching, along with effective interpersonal and communication skills are desired qualities.

Visit Bushnell’s career recruiting site for details and application instructions.


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